All in the Family: Season 3, Episode 7

The Bunkers and the Swingers (28 Oct. 1972)

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Edith answers a magazine personal ad from a couple seeking new friends ... unaware that they engage in a swinging lifestyle.




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Episode cast overview:
Curtis Rempley
Ruth Rempley


Edith is lonely and decides to answer a magazine ad for a couple to be friends with. She invites them over for dinner without telling Archie. The couple, Curtis and Ruth Remply seem friendly - too friendly. It takes Louise Jefferson to explain to Edith that the Remplys are actually swingers and not just on the dance floor. Written by Jerry Roberts <>

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Did You Know?


When Frank Lorenzo says he made up the expression "I may disagree with what you say, but I'll defend with my life your right to say it," he's clearly paraphrasing Voltaire who said "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it." Wikiquote clarifies that this may be attributable to Evelyn Beatrice Hall summarizing Voltaire's beliefs on freedom of thought and expression. See more »


When Edith takes the pie shell out of the oven she has a red potholder in her left hand and a yellow one in her right. in the closeup shot of the pie shell the potholders are reversed. See more »


Archie Bunker: I don't want no creepos, weirdos or sexos in my house!
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I'm in the Mood for Love
Written by Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields
Played while the Bunkers and Rempleys were dancing
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